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Issue : Outlook English, 31 October 2016

By Outlook Publishing (India) Pvt.Ltd

Published on : October 20, 2016

Published Weekly | 209 issues


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38 Some Strikes More Silent
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59 Cancer: The Way Forward
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72 Pulling at History’s Loose Ends
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6 Letters 10 deep throat 76 Books 78 review 80 trending 82 diary

Outlook has rewritten the way news and and general interest magazines are presented in India. It is comprehensive yet concise and crisp, investigative and bold in its approach. Outlook covers an array of topics ranging from current affairs, socio-economic issues, politics, lifestyle, entertainment, sports, international features, etc. Outlook reaches out to over 16 lakh upmarket, urban focused readers. Outlook has won a myriad of awards including the prestigious "International Press Institute" Award for Excellence in Journalism in 2007. Outlook encourages little known people who speak out loud against oppression, corrupt systems and social issues by instituting “Speak Out Awards”. Outlook also triggers young minds through an all India School debate called ‘Speak Out Debate” by reaching out to over 300 schools in 18 cities in India. Students who win the Indian round are sponsored by Outlook for international debates held in Korea, South Africa, etc

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